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treasure, Gruffy has made it possible for us to have a 
pictorial record of our 1953-54 year at Ei Dorado 
Junior College. May this camera continue to preserve 
the activities of Juco students for many years. 




L HAWKINS 

Superintendent of the El Dorado 

Public Schools 

:yl LANGE 

Registrar 

i BICKFORD 

Dean of the El Dorado Junior 

College 




EDWIN WALBOURN 
Social Science 
HELEN BRADFORD 
English 

MAX BICKFORD 
Dean and Psychology 
CARL C. RIGGS 
Teacher Training 
DOROTHY FISHER 
Mathematics 
L. W. NIXON 
English and Speech 
GLADYS BEUCHAT 
Foreign Languages 

ROBERT LAFORGE 

Commerce 

R. W. CHRISTY 

Commerce 

ROBERT CLARK 

Commerce 




ROBERT DOUGLASS 
Athletics and Woodworking 

BUELL ROBINSON 
Mechanical Drawing 

RANDOLPH KASPER 
Industrial Arts 

HOWARD BAKER 
Science 





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DON ANDREW 
Pre-Engineering; Football I and 2, Chorus I, "Story of Interdepend- 
ence" I, "The Roman Kid" I, Varsity Club I and 2, Student Council 
2. 

DON L. BARNES 
Pre-Engineering; Vice-President Sophomore Class 2. 



Jane Murray, secretary-treasurer, Jim Walls, president; and 
Don Barnes, vice-president, are the capable leaders of the 1954 
KEITH BELL sophomore class. These students have demonstrated their ability by 

Pre-Engineering, Football I, Varsity Club 1. completing two years of junior college work. 





CAROLE CABEEN 
Liberal Arts; Pep Club 2, Pi Delta Theta 2, 
"Outward Bound" 2, Student Council 2, 
Chorus 2. 




WILLIAM ELLIOTT 
Liberal Arts; Basketball I . 

ED FAULKNER 
Pre-Dental; Football 1 and 2, Intramurals 1, "Story of Inter- 
dependence" I. 

THOMAS T. FISK 
Pre-Engineering; "Rehearsal for Death" I, Intramurals 1, Delta 
Psi Omega 1, Science Club 1, Student Council 1, Manager 
Football Team I and 2, Pi Delta Theta 2. 



RUSSELL E. GRIFFITH 
Pre -Agriculture; "Rehearsal for Death" I, Intramurals 1 and 
2, Football I and 2, Chorus 1 and 2, Pi Delta Theta 2. 

NEAL HAMILTON 
Pre -Mortician. 

PERRY HENMAN 
Education; F. T. A. Secretary 1, F.T.A. Treasurer 2, Intra- 
murals 1 and 2, Pi Delta Theta 1 and 2, Delta Psi Omega 2, 
Chorus 2. 








ROBERT PAUL HUDSON 
Pre-Engineering; Football I and 2, Track I and 2, Delta Psi Omega 
I and 2 (President 2), Pi Delta Theta I and 2, "Rehearsal for Death" 
I, "Outward Bound" 2, Chorus I and 2. 

WILMA ITTNER 
Business; Chorus I and 2, Pep Club I, Yearbook Staff I, Pi Delta 
Theta I and 2, Delta Psi Omega I and 2. 



CARLENE JOHNSON 
Education. 



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ROY LOBAN 
Pre-Engineering; Intramurals I, Chor- 
us I, Band 2. 



JEWELL PATRICIA MAHAN 
Pre-Home Economics; Student Council i, Cheerleader I and 2, 
Pep Club I and 2 (President 2), Yearbook Staff I , President of 
Youth Center 2. 

SIDNEY MARTIN 
Pre-Business Administration; Yearbook Staff I , Pi Delta Theta I 
and 2 (President 2), Delta Psi Omega I and 2 (Secretary 2), Pep 
Club I and 2, "Rehearsal for Death" I, "The Roman Kid" I, Juco 
Band I , Forensics 2. 

DONA MAE MURPHY 
Business; Pep Club I and 2, Journalism 2. 

ELIZABETH JANE MURRAY 
Education; Pi Delta Theta 2, Pep Club 2, Football Queen 2, Future 
Teachers of America 2. 

KAYE BETH OGAN 
Business; Pep Club I and 2, Yearbook Staff I and 2, (Editor 2), 
Chorus I and 2, Science Club I (Secretary). 

NETTIE BELLE PARSONS 
Education; Pep Club I and 2, Future Teachers of America I and 
2 (President 2), Chorus 2, Pi Delta Theta 2. 




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EDWARD E. PENCE 
Pre-Law; Football I and 2, Chorus I, Varsity Club I, Intramurals I, 
Student Council 2. 

ROY L. PENNER 
Pre-Law. 




JAMES POTEETE 
Pre-Engineering; Intramurals I, and 2. 





RAY REEP 
Pre-Business Administration; Basket- 
ball I and 2, Track I and 2, Chorus 
I and 2, Varsity Club I, Student Coun- 
cil (President) 2. 




CLAUDE SNOOK 
Liberal Arts; Intramurals I and 2, Student Council 2. 

WILMA VARNER 
Education; Pep Club I and 2, Chorus I and 2, Future Teachers of 
America 2. 

JOAN JEAN VOGELMAN 
Education; Chorus I and 2, Pep Club I and 2, Pi Delta Theta I at 
2, Future Teachers of America I and 2 (Secretary). 



WILLIS R. WALDORF 
Liberal Arts; Pi Delta Theta I and 2, Delta Psi Omega 2, "Outwai 
Bound" 2, Band I and 2, Chorus 2. 

HUBERT WILSON 
Pre-Physical Education; Football I and 2, Intramurals I, Varsity 
Club I. 

LESLIE D. WINEGAR 
Education; Pi Delta Theta I and 2 (Business Manager 2) Delta Psi 
° Omega I and 2 (Vice President 2), Future Teachers of America 
I and 2. 




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' Ed Faulkner, Bob Hudson, Don Barnes, Kaye Ogan and Mary Ellen Cortfri*^'*-*^ 

(pictured from left to right) were selected for the 1954 members of the Order of 

^the-jpurple. These students, the top fifteen per cent of the sophomore class, are 

e ~Spjh by the student council and faculty. Eligibility is based on Scholarship^,"* 

$n|?ce, leadership, and character-j The list of qualifications ine^^eS-^AeaSi 

U school year, a»aH cnia-vnlrtttt'ni of at least twelve hours of woTEk^ea.cJf'* 

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The up-and-coming freshman class was head- 
ed by Ray Houser, vice-president (Lyle Gray 
was elected Veep when Ray left); Shirley 
Baum, Secretary-treasurer; and Jerry Peter- 
son, president. This freshman class was the 
largest to invade the halls of E. J. C. in many 
years. It not only had quanitity but quality as 
well. 







Gerald Lee Albright 
Gary Anthony- 
Harold Arnold 
Elmo Bailey- 



Kathleen Banks 
Shirley Baum 
Doris Lee Beaman 
James Billings 




Glenna Bonnell 
Noema Braman 

Jo Brazil 
Joyce Brower 



Trenton Brown 
Marlyn Burch 
Richard E. Burch 
Jacque Sue Butler 



Laurence E. Caldwell 
Robert Carson 
Rachel Cervantes 
Jo Ann Cook 



Margery Cornwell 
Carol Cory 
Eugene Criss 
James Cummings 



Thomas Darnold 
Leta Da venport 
Alice Jane Davis 
Mrs. Kelso Deer 




Judith Deewall 
Charles Demo 
Edith De Yoe 
Billie Dorland 



Roscoe Burnette Earp 
Elfrieda Eisenhour 
Will B. Feder 
Carol Ferguson 



Anne Fetty 

Lyndall Courtney Ford 
Frank A. Fowler 
Lyle H. Gray 




Dale Guinn 
Ruth Hammer 
Max Hancock 
Dixiele Harper 



Bill Harrison 
Pat Harvey 
Allan Hawk 
Jerry Hayes 



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John Wesley Hess 
Bill Hildebrand 
Charles Hodges 
Glenda Howrey 



Gary Huffman 
Elaine Huntoon 
Richard Jolliffe 
Thurman Kelly 



Bob R. Lichlyter 
Don R. Lockamy 
Martha Helen Lucas 
Cliff Marcum 



Jack Marshall 
Hannelore Meier 
Gary L. Moore 
Paul S. Moss, Jr 



Mary Murphy 
Kenneth E. McAdoo 
Max McCreary 
Larry McCully 




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Marvin McElhiney 
Polly McGinnis 
Thomas Nace 
Jean Newsom 






Tom Ott 
Pegi Pepperd 
Jerry Peterson 
Jeannine Pletcher 



Doris Ramsey 
Lynn Ratzlaff 
Darlene Reed 
Nancy Rost 




Lorna Loree Sanford 
Joyce Sargent 
Eldon D. Seivley 
Gary Shomber 



Edwin Smith 

Margaret Smith 

Thelma Starr 

Shirley Colene Steinhauer 











Emerson Stewart, Jr, 
George Tong 
Marjorie Unruh 
Mary Lou Vogelman 



Boyd Earl Webster 
Carolyn Welty 
Dean White 
Richard K. Wilson 



Alfreda Wright 
Gloria Marie Young 
Bonny Jean Zang 



Gary Si lor 



Bob Douglass, Coach 




Schedule 



September 18 
September 25 
October I 
October 
October 
October 
October 
November 7 
November 13 



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23 

30 



Juco 33 
Juco 27 
Juco 13 

JUCO 12 

Juco 6 
Juco 6 
Juco 21 
Juco 
Juco 53 




Parsons 

Dodge City 

Coffeyville 

Arkansas City 

Bacone 

Independence 

Garden City 

Hutchinson 

Highland 



Bill McCarthy 




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OPPONENT 


Total Yards (Net) 


2660 


2109 


Total Yards Rushing 


2244 


1534 


Average Yardage 


196 


134 


Passes Attempted 


80 


98 


Passes Completed 


26 


56 


Per Cent Completed 


42.5% 


57% 


Average Yards Passing 


29 


71 


Yards Gained Passing 


264 


635 


Times Punted 


35 


40 


Yardage Per Punt 


34 


29 


Yards Punting 


307 


257 


Yards Lost in Penalties 


369 


306 


Fumbles 


28 


33 


Total Points 


171 


131 


Average Points 


19 


15 


Total First Downs 


125 


87 


Average First Downs 


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When the smoke had all cleared away, the El Dorado Junior College 
Grizzlies had a season's record of 4 - 2 - 3. The Grizzlies, under Coach 
Bob Douglass and Assistant Coach Bud Cole, scored an average of nine- 
teen points per game in the nine-game schedule. Jerry Hayes led the squad 
with nine touchdowns, Kelly scored four, Griffith and Faulkner each had 
two, and Jerry Wilson, Billings, Evenson, Rau, Pence, and Baxter had one 
each. 




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Miss Jane Murray was 
crowned homecoming queen 
by Captain Frank Gaines dur- 
ing half-time ceremonies at 
the Garden City game. Her 
attendants were Misses Jean- 
nine Pletcher and Pegi Pepperd. 
Following the game the Queen's 
Ball was held in the school gym. 



Jeannine Pletcher 



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lussell Griffith, Jeannine 
3 letcher, Jane Murray, 
lay Reep, Pegi Pepperd, 
3ary Silor. AT RIGHT: 
2ueen Jane and President 
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50 


55 Iola (forfeit) 


Juco 


62 


57 Emporia Tchrs 


Juco 


76 


72 Chanute "B" 


Juco 


54 


65 Parsons 


Juco 


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72 L,on Morris 


Juco 


42 


59 Cameron 


Juco 


58 


74 Hutchinson 


Juco 


55 


62 Independence 


Juco 


52 


62 Coffeyville 


Juco 


75 


66 Iola 


Juco 


44 


65 Ark City 


Juco 


52 


87 Garden City 



STATISTICS 



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Juco 72 


81 Dodge City 


Juco 69 


48 Independence 


Juco 72 


65 Garden City 


Juco 61 


70 Dodge City 


Juco 57 


62 Chanute 


Juco 69 


52 Independence 


Juco 70 


77 Hutchinson 


Juco 74 


85 Pratt 


Juco 53 


65 Ark City 


Juco 73 


64 Pratt 


Juco 74 


69 Parsons 



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Miss Shirley Steinhauer was crowned 
basketball queen by Captain Dick Rippee 
at a Coronation Dance following the Hutch 
game. Her attendants were Miss Shirley 
Baum and Miss Jo Brazil, escorted by 
Jack Wichers and Jerry Wilson. 




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1st ROW, L. -R. Darnold, Abbott, PENCE, Shafer. 
2nd ROW, L. -R. Green, Lamb, May, Ott. 



1st ROW, L. -R. GRIFFITH, Fisk, Jackson, Hilde- 
brand. 2nd ROW, Feder, Hodges, Huffman, 
Faulconer. 







ist ROW, L.-R. Hayes, MCADOO, 
Rau. 2nd ROW, Schlessinger, Hawk, 
Ratzloff, Criss. 





Mr. Walbourn, Sponsor. 



ist ROW, L.-R. Neighbors, Dick- 
son, GAINES, D. Jackson. 2nd ROW, 
Pugh, Worley, J. Henderson, Day. 




ist ROW, Poteete, Shomber, Ca- 
been. 2nd ROW, Moreland FOSTER, 
D. Schlessinger. 



ist ROW, W. Wilson, STEINER. 
2nd ROW, Hudson, A. Allen, 
Bell, Mc Creary. 



1st ROW, T. Allen, Billings, R. 
Wilson. 2nd ROW, EARP, Jolliffe, 
Anthony, Nace. 



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As the 1954 track season gets under way, the 
prospects for a successful year are very good. 
Although only six meets have been scheduled to 
date, an effort is being made to secure others. 

Due to the water shortage, the triangular 
meet and the state meet previously scheduled 
to be held in El Dorado probably will be held 
elsewhere. 





1st ROW: Baker, E. Jackson 
Carson, Porter, R. Wilson. 
2nd ROW: Mc Adoo, Huff- 
man, Reep, Worley, Even- 
son, Hudson, Earp, Hayes, 
Coach Douglass. 




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Tentative Schedule 



April 2 


Hutchinson, Ark City 




El Dorado. 


April 9 


Here. Hutchinson, 




Ark City, El Dorado. 


April 16 


K. U. Relays. 


April 30 


Hutchinson night re- 




lays. 


May 8 


Here. State Meet. 


May 15 


National Meet 




(Hutchinson). 





1 . Yes or no? 

2. Whitewashing Frosh 

3. Our Christmas tree 

4. Pep assembly 

5. There are smiles. . . 

6. Rehearse, rehearse! 

7. Varsity Club 

8. Hmmmmm. . . ! ! ! 

9. Working, boys? 
10. Sing la, la, la! 






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Jeannine Pletcher and 
Lyle Gray were elected Year- 
book Queen and King by mem- 
bers of the student body. At- 
tendants were Jo Ann Cook, 
Jewell Mahan, Ed Faulkner, 
and Jerry Wilson. 




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At right, Kaye Ogan and Ken McAdoo, co-editors of 
the annual, are shown crowning the queen and king. 




Above. Court of Royalty, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Wilson, Jo Ann 
Cook, King Lyle Gray, Queen Jeannine Pletcher, Jewell Mahan, 
and Ed Faulkner. 



At left, Queen Jeannine and King Lyle reign over the ball. 



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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Murray, Wilma Ittner, Nettie Belle 

Parsons, Dixielee Harper, Joan Vogelman, Polly McGinnis, ^^^^^ Gruffy T. Grizzly, Jewell 

Mahan, Jo Brazil, Leta Davenport, Kaye Beth Ogan, Sidney Martin, Elfrieda Eisenhour, Doris Beaman, Kathy Banks. SECOND ROW, 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Cabeen, Pegi Pepperd, Wilma Varner, Lorna Sanford, Martha Lucas, Mary Murphy, Carolyn Welty, Joyce 
Brower, Pat Harvey, Judy Deewall, Margery Cornwell, Alfreda Wright. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Doris Ramsey, Glenna Bon- 
nell, Glenda Howrey, Marjorie Garland, Bonny Zang, Gloria Young, Mary Ellen Davis, Wanda Schneider, Elaine Huntoon, Jeanne 
Pletcher, Lore Meier, Shirley Steinhauer, Mary Lou Vogelman. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rachel Cervantes, Ruth Hammer, 
Marjorie Unruh, Nancy Rost, Carol Fergerson, Shirley Baum, Jacque Butler, Bobbie Crelly. 



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El Dorado Grizzlies, Rahl Rah! Rahl 

The fifty-two voices of the Gold Diggers Pep Club, adorned in their new uni 
forms, joined in cheers during the entire school year to lend their support to the 
athletic squads of El Dorado Juco. 

The officers of this enthusiastic organization were: Jewell Mahan, president; 
Polly McGinnis, vice-president; Jo Brazil, secretary; Leta Davenport, treasurer; 
Anne Fetty, student manager; and Jo Ann Cook, student council representative. 



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Leading the enthusiastic Gold Diggers for 
the 1953-54 school year were six very capa- 
ble individuals. These cheerleaders, out- 
standing in acrobatic abilities, are pictured 
here: (left to right around the circle, be- 
ginning at lower left) Ken McAdoo, Anne 
Fetty, Darlene Reed Dochow, Bill Harrison, 
Jo Ann Cook, Jewell Mahan, When Darlene 
withdrew from school, she was replaced by 
Pegi Pepperd, who is pictured below. 



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FIRST ROW: Mrs. Beulah Hamilton, R. N. (Clinical Instructor), Mrs. Eula Ashbrook, R. N. (Director of School of Nursing), Marjory 
Bilson, Grace Corralez, Pearl Dale. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Patricia Orndorff, R. N. (Instructor of Nursing Arts), Joyce Harper, Patsy A: 1 
Hughes, Beth Hurlock. THIRD ROW: Mary M. Johnson, Jo Anne Kiser, Marlene S. Lietzke, Beth Lilley. FOURTH ROW: Marjorie 
Mauck, Mary Lou McAtee, Audrey McKinnis, Joellen Nance. FIFTH ROW: Irene Ramey, Sally Robbins, Janet Schroeder, Armenia 
Tucker. 





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The charter of the Paul Hawkins chapter of the Future Teachers of 
America was issued April 7, 1953. The charter was presented by Mr. 
Hawkins at the meeting held September 22, 1953. The first-named pur- 
pose of the F. T. A. is to develop among young people preparing to be 
teachers an organization which shall be an integral part of the state and 
national education associations. The 1952-53 charter members included 
Mrs. Louis Johnson, Nellie Rost, Mrs. Ida Dell Allen, Mrs. Dorothy 
Deen, Mrs. Dean Stackley, Joan Vogelman, Lorraine Arnold, Mary Phillips, 
Leslie Winegar, Nettie Belle Parsons, Beverly Reed, and Perry Henman. 
Members of the 1953-1954 group not pictured are: Mrs. Carlene Johnson, 
Mrs. Helen Swengel, Mrs. Irene Bartholow, Mrs. Velma Farrar, Noema 
Braman, and Jane Murray. The officers of the F. T. A. are Nettie Belle 
Parsons, president; John Hess, vice-president; Joan Vogelman, secretary; 
Perry Henman, treasurer; Wilma Varner historian; and Dixiele Harper, 
student council representative. 




Nettie Belle Parsons, president of the F. T. A. , is shown receiving the charter from Superintendent Paul Hawkins. 
Other members of the F. T. A. are: (seated from left to right) Leslie Winegar, Joan Vogelman, Wilma Varner, Mary 
Murphy, Dixiele Harper, Marjorie Unruh, John Hess, and Perry Henman. Standing are Mr. Carl C. Riggs, Sponsor 
and Miss Helen Bradford, guest. 



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government 



All the Activities of the students of El Dorado 
Junior College are represented and governed by this 
chosen group of young people. From LEFT TO RIGHT 
(FRONT ROW): Ed Pence, Shirley Baum, Leta Daven- 
port, Jerry Peterson, Ray Reep, Carole Cabeen, Dix- 
iele Harper, Darlene Reed Dochow, Jo Ann Cook 
(BACK ROW): Larry McCully, Jack Wichers, Bill 
McCarthy, Jim Walls, Mr. Edwin Walboum, Sponsor, 
NOT PICTURED: Miss Dorothy Fisher, Sponsor. 





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W^^^ n (sophomore editor). 

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Pictured above is the 1953-'54 Grizzly Growl staff, posing as Gruffy (aided by 
Ken McAdoo) snaps the first successful group picture with the new camera. 
Aided by the capable performance of "Gruffy's Graphic, " the staff published 
the largest book of recent years. 

Besides meeting in regular weekly planning sessions, the staff members had 
charge of concessions at football and basketball games. They also sponsored 
the traditional yearbook staff party for the school. 



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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rachel Cervantes, Carole Ca- 
been, Bobbie Lou Crelly, Polly McGinnis, Wilma Inner, 
Mary Murphy, Wilma Varner, Elaine Huntoon, Margerie 
Unruh, Wanda Schneider, Joan Vogelman, Dixiele Harper, 
Gloria Young, Doris Beaman, Alfreda Wright. SECOND ROW, 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jo Brazil, Martha Lucas, Carol Ferguson, 
Mary Lou Vogelman, Jeannine Pletcher, Jo Ann Cook, Pat 
Harvey, Edith DeYoe, Joyce Brower, Kathy Walls, Pegi Pep- 
perd, Nettie Belle Parsons, Anne Fetty, Darlene Reed, Lorna 
Sanford, Carol Cory, Thelma Starr, Mary Jane Davis. THIRD 
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Doris Ramsey, Carolyn Welty, Jerry 
Hayes, Willis Waldorf, Elmo Bailey, Dean White, Bill 
Harrison, Pat Hudson, Burnette Earp, Jim Green, Gary Shom- 
ber, Russell Griffith, Ed Pence, Paul Tague, Gary Moore, 
Sidney Martin, Kaye Beth Ogan. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Noema Braman, Leta Davenport, Dick Joliffe, Mar- 
vin Nye, Paul Moss, Ken McAdoo, Ray Reep, Richard Sapp, 
Max Hancock, Bill Hildebrand, Perry Henman, Bill Feder, 
Clifton Marcum, Charlie Faulconer, Bob Hudson, Larry 
Hildebrand, Claude Snook, Lore Meier, Glenna Bonnell. 



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vlartin. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Vogelman, Bob Hudson, Carole-Cabeen, Thane Chase, Willis Wal- 
iorf, Perry Henman. THIRD ROW: Elaine Huntoon, Doris Beaman, Carol Ferguson, Wilma Inner, Leta 
Davenport, Nancy Rost, Epha Deer. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Nixon (sponsor), Joyce Brower, Jane Murray, 
Nettie Belle Parsons, Dixiele Harper, Joan Vogelman, Mary Alice Davis. FIFTH ROW: John Hess, Lyn- 
lall Ford, Larry McCully, Tom Fisk, and Leslie Winegar. 



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SCENES 
ACT I: On board ship, in the Harbor. Morning. 
ACT II: At sea. Same evening. 
ACT III: Scene I. Six days later. Afternoon. 
Scene n. The night of the same day. 




OUTWARD BOUND 
Characters 

Scrubby Willis Waldorf 

Ann Joyce Brower 

Henry Bill Feder 

Mr. Tom Prior Larry Mc Cull) 

Mrs. Clivedon-Banks Carol Ferguson 

The Reverend William Duke Lyndall Ford 

Mrs. Midget Carole Cabeen 

Mr. Lingley Thane Chase 

The Reverend Frank Thompson Bob Hudson 




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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Manspeaker, Lor- 
raine Maus, Betty Bruce, LynnHarrod, Bonnie Vachel, 
Charlotte Maurer , Delphia Hawkey. SECOND ROW , 
LEFT TO RIGHT: David Jackson, Gene Porter, Daryl 
Day, Howard Worley. 



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(-jruffty * l/Ueeklu Lurowi 

This year's journalism class was the first to be organized in 
El Dorado Junior College. Although there have been journalism 
clubs in previous years, there has never before been a regular 
class. It was the task of this class to publish a page in the Butler 
County News each week entitled "The Grizzly Growls. " 

Polly McGinnis was this year's editor, and Kathy Banks was 
assistant editor. Business manager was John Hess; exchange 
editor, Dick Burch; and sports editor, Allen Hawk. Jacque Sue 
Butler was the typist, and feature writers were Margery Cornwell, 
Leta Davenport, and Dona Murphy. Miss Fisher was the teacher 
and sponsor of this class. 




Pictured, beginning at the top of the "J" and going down- 
ward, are Miss Fisher (sponsor), Jacque Sue Butler, John Hess, 
Leta Davenport, Allen Hawk, Polly McGinnis, Dick Burch, 
Kathy Banks, Dona Murphy, Margery Cornwell. 





1. To the victor belong the spoils! 

2. Royalty reigns. 

3. Too much watermelon, Dean? 

4. Fall Festival Queen Candidates 

5. Ex-President Barber speaks. 

6. Watch the Birdie, Gruffy! 

7. Yea team, fight! 

8. Student Council in action 

9. Stopping traffic 
10. What's the score? 





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